Executing a Durable Power of Attorney does not mean that you can no longer make decisions; it just means that another person can act for you if you cannot do so. For example, you may be hospitalized for a brief period of time or out of the country and need someone to deposit your checks in the bank or pay your bills. You can revoke the agent's authority under the power of attorney at any time if you become dissatisfied with what they are doing.
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The San Gabriel Valley office is located at 2233 Huntington Drive, Suite 17, San Marino, California 91108. There is ample free parking adjacent to the firm's office.